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There are many interesting books on education privatization. Below are NCSPE reviews of some selected publications.
Bulkley, K., Henig, J. and H Levin (Eds.). 2010. Between Public and Private: Politics, Governance, and the New Portfolio Models for Urban School Reform
Bok, D. 2003. Universities in the Marketplace
Smith, KB. 2003. The Ideology of Education
Hess, F. 2002. Revolution at the Margins
Howell, WG and P Peterson. 2002. The Education Gap
Mosteller, F and R Boruch. 2002. Evidence Matters: Randomized Trials in Education Research
Moe, TM. 2001. Schools, Vouchers and the American Public
Light, RJ. 2001. Making the Most of College: Students Speak Their Minds
Monk, D, Walberg, HJ and MC Wang. 2001. Improving Educational Productivity
Gill B, Timpane, PM, Ross, KE and DJ Brewer. 2001. Rhetoric versus Reality: What we Know and What we Need to Know about Vouchers and Charter Schools
Maxwell, N and V Rubin. 2000. High School Career Academies
In addition there is a review posted on the TC Record for a book co-authored by the late Frank Newman. Frank Newman was the Chair of the Advisory Board of the NCSPE.
Newman et al. 2004. The Future of Higher Education: Rhetoric, Reality and the Risks of the Market